Blog Posts from Zimmerman Shoes

Let's Get Groovy - Tiffani Thiessen

We are so excited to be part of this adorable 70s inspired shoot over on Tiffani Thiessen's blog. Like, squealing, jumping up and down, fan-girling out excited. Styled by Lucia Tran and photographed by David Collier, it celebrates the simple joys of childhood and totally carries that laid back 70s vibe. 

 

70s style

 

trampoline

 

 

70s style

 

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Fall / Winter 2016

It's here! It's here! It's finally here! Our fall line (our best yet!), September, the beginning of autumn, all of it! 

Now that I've gotten all of the exclamatory comments out of the way, I truly am invigorated by a new season and a new month, and it's never more pronounced than in September. Maybe it's the years I spent as a high school teacher, but there's something about summer ending and fall beginning that just feels so refreshing and rejuvenating. 

Our focus for the Fall / Winter 2016 collection was that it felt crisp and clean, simplified and straightforward. Our...


Easter Series by Lora Grogan

Photographer and blogger, Lindsay of Lora Grogan put together the most beautifully curated series of photos for Easter, and we were thrilled to be part of it. Linday says, "I wanted to include pieces that would last much longer than chocolate or candies.  Things I hope she will want to hang on to, and maybe even share with her children someday." Ahhhh we just love that! 

 

easter shoes for girls

shoes | bonnet

  

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Oma + Jo for Spring

Oma + Jo is one of the cutest emerging lines around. Mother / daughter team Monika and Joleen are the ladies behind the brand full of whimsical prints and vintage details. 

 

vintage style dress for girls

Dress | Shoes

  

cute boys outfit vintage style made in america

Shorts | Tee |


Factory Photo Series: Stations Part 1

We're proud to be a small, family operated American manufacturer. Our little old factory is a very special place to us, and that's why we're excited to bring you the Factory Photo Series.

This post's theme is stations. There are over 126 steps that go into making a pair of our shoes, and almost every step is represented by a physical space in the plant. Many of these stations have stayed exactly the same for years. Some have accumulated notes and tips by the people who have worked at each station over time. Here's a quick look at some of...